7 Sculptures in Germany that you should visit - With photos & details

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7 Sculptures to explore in Germany

Country with the largest population in Europe. Stretches from the North and the Baltic Sea in the north to the Alps in the south. It is traversed by some of Europe's major rivers such as the Rhine, Danube and Elbe.

EilenriedeEilenriede, 30625 Hanover, Germany

Eilenriede is a big forest with an area of 1,600-acres. It is the largest urban forest in Germany and among the largest in Europe, the forest offers a peaceful time, also leisure activities such as playgrounds, hiking, and horseback riding.

Jewish Museum BerlinLindenstraße 9-14, 10969 Berlin, Germany

Largest Jewish museum in Europe, one of Germany's most frequented museums. The museum gives a lot of importance to the German-Jewish history.

4,450 feet (1,360 m) high mountain peak in the Czech Republic–Germany border. The peak is popular for hiking in both summer and winter, with a separate winter trail which is usually cleared of snow.

Neue WacheUnter den Linden 4, 10117 Berlin, Germany

A memorial for the victims of war and dictatorship. The sculpture in the memorial is an enlarged version of Käthe Kollwitz's "Mother with her Dead Son". The sculpture is directly placed under the oculus, and so is exposed to the rain, snow, and cold of the Berlin climate, symbolizing the suffering of civilians during World War II.

Old Bridge HeidelbergAm Hackteufel, 69117 Heidelberg, Germany

It connects the Old City with the eastern part of the Neuenheim district of the city on the opposite bank. The current bridge, made of Neckar sandstone and the ninth built on the site, was constructed in 1788 by Elector Charles Theodore and is one of the best-known landmarks in Heidelberg.

Rheinaue ParkLudwig-Erhard-Allee 20, 53175 Bonn, Germany

It is a 160-hectare recreational area called the Rheinaue by locals located in Bonn city. Designed as a park, it features many beautiful plants, buildings, and artworks.

TetraederBeckstraße 57a, 46238 Bottrop, Germany

The Tetrahedron in Bottrop city is a steel structure with a side length of 60m, resting on four concrete pillars. Opened on October 3, 1995, it is located on top of the mine dump Halde Beckstraße and serves as the town's landmark.